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Good housewife made doctor

By Tryon, Thomas

subjects: diet, domestic medicine, husbandry,

  • 1. The / Good House-wife / made a / doctor, / Or, health's device and sure friend / Being a plain way of Nature's own / prescribing to / Prevent and cure / most diseases incident to men, wo- / men and Children, by diet and / Kitchen-Physick only. / With some remarks on the practise of / physick and chymistry. / By Thomas Tyron, student in Physick; and author of the way to Health, long life and happiness. Country-mans Companion. The New Art of Brewing, &c. / The second edition. / To which is added some / observations on the tedious methods of Un- / skilful Chyrugions; with cheapened easie / remedies. / By the same author.
    H. N., T. S., Randal Taylor   1692
    7.8 x 14.1   [i-xvi] 1-285   8o A-N8
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    A2 Address: Preface to Reader
    Av5: Contents indexed by page number in order of page number.
    Note the distinction between 'printed for' H. N. and T. S. (publishers) and 'sold by' Randal Taylor (seller).

    Wing: Tryon, Thomas, 1692, (T 3181), see also T3180 - 1685?, T3181A - 1692,

  • 2. — The good house-wife made a doctor, or, Health's choice and sure friend : being a plain way of nature's own prescribing, to prevent and cure most diseases incident to men, women and children by diet and kitchin physick only. With some remarks on the practice of physick and chymistry. By Thomas Tryon, student in physick; and author of The way to health, long life and happiness. Country-mans companion. The new art of brewing, &c.
    H. N., T. S.   1692

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  • 3. — The good houswife made a doctor, or, Health's choice and sure friend : being a plain way of nature's own prescribing to prevent [and] cure most diseases incident to men, women, and children, by diet and kitchin-physick only. Being an appendix to the book entituled, the way to health, &c. or a further demonstration of the philosophy therein contained. With some remarks on the practice of physick and chymistry. By Philotheos Physiologius, the author of The way to health, long life and happiness. The country-man's companion, &c.
    Andrew Sowle   1685?

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